How to Earn 6 Figures With a Tiny List

One of my favorite clients sells a gorgeously designed, super helpful $10 ebook on her website. But like most entrepreneurs, she doesn’t get much traffic to her site, and her email subscriber list is just over a hundred people. So, to reach her goal of earning a full-time income with her business, she’d need to sell more…

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Never Say “I Can’t Afford It!” | The Truth About Money

In today’s video, I’m introducing you to the love of my life. She’s blonde, brown-eyed, super sweet, and about 2 feet tall. It’s my dog Skyla! While I probably don’t need an excuse to share pictures of my baby dog (c’mon, she’s beautiful!), but I do have a point . . . and it has…

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Editor’s Notebook 267

The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week Book I’m currently reading: An oldie but goodie! Perfect for refreshing your business marketing. 10 Things to Do If You’re Tired All The Time. How to…

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Take the Life Editor Personality Test (Eerily Accurate!)

All week long I’ve been having Discovery Calls with ambitious women who are finally taking control of their happiness and choosing to reach their goals through Life Editor Academy. One thing I love about my Life Editing Process is that the coaching framework can be applied to so many different types of goals. It doesn’t cram you…

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Editor’s Notebook 264

The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week Sea Lion Comes on Land, Swims in Pool, and Steals Man’s Chair. This is quite possibly the greatest video I have ever seen. Come for a…

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How to Identify Suppliers and Services That Align With Your Brand

When it comes to developing your brand and business in a competent fashion, often the decision of who we align with and what services we use can be just as poignant as what our own, stated operating principles may be. For instance, an ethical high street fashion firm may walk the walk, but if it…

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How to Get a Creative Edge Over Your Competition

Every business looks for creative ways to one-up their competition to generate more revenue, corner a higher market share, and become an industry leader.  Sometimes, the only difference between an industry leader and the second best is in the market leader’s ability to emphasize their strengths more. If this is something you’d like to replicate…

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